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ROURKES RUN BASES AT WILL
Wichita Team Goei to Pieces and
Omaha Wins. 18 to 3.
STYLES HAS ALL HIS OWN WAY
Jebbera Play ladtffereat Ball aaa
Hill A re Recorded Against rolt
a ad I.amfcert Wkrnftrr lb
Motion Takes Players.
WICHITA. Kan.. Aug. 4-Hpeclal
Telegram.) Omaha, pounded out thirteen
hits and tan runa off Hcott in five In
nings and followed with eight hlta and
eignt run off Lambert. Btylee had an
, easy tint and rut loose with all ha had
only occasionally, Omaha winning IS to 8.
In the third and slsth Styles fanned
six batters and did not try to ltch In
the last throe Innings.
The Jobbers played Indifferent ball,
lilts by Style. Kmc. Kruger. Hchllnbner
nd Thomas mixed with hit batter and
two errors scored Mix runa In ths third.
Doubles by fltyles and Kruger scored
irine In the fourth. Congalton's single and
horn run by Thomas led off with tw
In the fifth and si n lea by Graham, Pun
lop and Thomeson added one more. A
lilt batter and alnglee by Congelton and
Thomas and a double by Graham scored
three in the sixth.
F'lve runs were seorod In the ninth on
but two slnglea Two hit hatters and two
walks and a sacrifice fly caused toe
AH. It. H. O.
Nlcholaon, If. ...
rt'Rnurkei, Jb. ...
J ones, c.
1 .smbert, p.
,..( 0 0 4 1
,..10 1 3 6
...4 1 1 t
... 8 0 0 4.1
... a o i o i
... i o o o l
...1 0 0 0 0
... i o i o o
I 11 XT IB
Alt. K. H. O. A.
Krui. If 10 1
Thomaaon, of 3 2 8 1 0
Krueirer, c 4 8 10 I
4vhllermer. lb. ...... 3 0 1 0
Cnngalton. rf 6.4 1 1 0
Thomas. 9b. ........ 0 3 4 1 0
Oraliam. 2b. 6 0 4 1 4
Ininlsp, ss. 6.1 1 6 4
Styles. P. J 1 J 1 0
,, Totals 40 U !1 17 ' IS t
., 'Hatted for Kcott in ninth.
Butted for Fllsslmmons In ninth.
Omaha 00018800 61
rWkhlta 00001001 11
Warrl flee lilts: Thomason, 8:hllehner,
Btylea. Two-base hlta: Krueger (21,
'ott. Btylea, Tydeman, Horn run;
Thomas. Stolen banes: Krug, Hohlleb
ner. Thumaa. Double play: liapp t
D'Kourka to Henry. Btrurk out: 11 y
Htylea, l: by tUxitt, 1. Haaes on balla:
!f rxylea. 4: off 8eoU. S: off Lambert. &
2 lit by pitched balls: Scott. 1 ; ,1 mlrl..
t; styles, t. Tims: 1:06. Umpires; Uas
ton sod, liarr.
LINCOLN RALLY 18 WINNER
roar Raas la Klahts. laalasj Is Gess
far lae 1'aatest.
ST. JOSKl'H. Mo., Aug. 4. Lincoln ral
lied in the eighth, ai-orliig four runs and
winning. Outfielder Allen was put out of
the g&mo In the second Inning for talking
from the bench. Score:
AH. H. II. O. A. K.
MHiMffiiian, ss. .
Hchreller, 2b. ...
H. Wilhania, lb.
Jordan, p. .......
... 1 0 0 0 0
... 3 0 0 3 0' 0
...4 1 1 8 1 0
...6 0 110 0
... 4 1 8 S 0 0
... 4 1 0 8 0 0
...8 0 0 T 10
ToUls 35 6 10 27
AR. R. H
T. Watson, 2b. .... 8 11
fmuiava, lb. ..
. Waiaou. cf. .,
K. v lUiains, rf.
iSchang. 8b. ...
La! ferty, p. ...
TotI S3 S 3 37 T
Butd for Orlffllh In ninth.
IJncotn 1000004 04
M. JouePb 10001 02
Three-basa hit: Bchang. Two-bass
hit: Lfeftarty. Btolen bases: Wllllajna,
Mcaaiusan 2. Unlilin. H. Williams.
Kacrifii- flies: Collins. Itshor. lHutl
i.i v. McOKfflsan tu 11. Williams
.x, i,,,.iber to McliailtRHn to H. Vllllma.
biiuik out: iiy Lalisriy, 1; by JorUan.
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S. Haaes on balls: Off Ijifferty. i; off
Jordan. X lilt by pitched ball: Ily Uf
ferty (II. Wllllnnia). Wild pitches: Lef
ferty ('.'). lWt on bases; I.ln oln, 8; Kt.
Joseph. 6. Time: 2:(0. Umpire: Wc
Cafierty. MOGRIDGB BLANKS THE BKARS
rores Onr of Raae, Drives In Tin
More and Has Hevea Aaslsta.
DK.fl MOINES. Ia.. A"-. 4.-eore,
MoKrldKn came hark with Just one day's
rent and shut the Ortxslle out. 6 to 0.
today. The southpaw srornl one of the
runa. drove In two more end hud reven
aaalats. Kleven of the vialtors died on
AH. lL It
IlMhn, rf. ,
Hunter, cf. ,
Jones, lb. ..
Haley, c. ..
Mugrldce, P 3
All. K. II.
Caxnldv, rf. ..
Mccarty, lb. ..
((arbour, 3b. ..
Totals 33 0
Hatted for King In ninth.
Ilea Moln.'B 1 1 0 0 0 8 10 -6
lenver 00000000 0-0
Two-base hlta: Coffey, Ilutcher, Mo
grldKe. Three-haae hit: Jonea. Bawl
on Imlla: off Mogridie, 4: off King. 6.
Double plsya: Col fey to Mrt'srty; Kwaldt
to Jones. Left on bsaea: IeB Molnca, S;
Denver. II. Time: 1:4&. Umpires; Fyf
and Ctiliun. ,
ilOt.V CITY OITHITS TIIM KAW9
Make Koarteen SafefRaps far Total
of Ten Haas.
hlt and xuttloldetlTopeka and won. Hours:
TO PICK A.
All 11. H. n. A. K.
Cochran. 8b k 0 01 8 0
I nH"nmliri ir 4 1 X U 1
Koravthe. rf...i 4 1.11 0 0
Koerner, lb 4 0 3 7 0 U
IlahDit. c 4 0 0 4 10
TaDlon. i t 4 1 1 0 S 0
Tttlmore. 2b 4 116 11
Whclan, ss 4 1 3 1 C 1
Hsnford, p 8 0 0 0 2 0
(IrnVfr. D 0 0 0 0 1 1
McAllister 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals S 10 27
AH. It. H. O.
W hite, p
Totals 41 10 11 27 10 0
Hatted for Banford In eighth.
Tnpeka 0 O0OOOO6O6
Sioux City 0 0 6 0 1 0 8 2-10
Three-base hit: Kane Twn.hu. lilt
Pmlth, Sacrifice hit: Callahan. Double
plays: Lattlmore to Whrlan to Koerner.
Bmlth to Cooney to Kat.s. Klolen bases:
IJeune, Balm. Murphy. Hlta: off Ban
ford, 18 In right innings; off Orover, 8 In
one Innlnir. Haaes on balla: Off Han-
ford. X. btruck nut: Ilv Hanfnnt h- hv
Urover. 1. HIL by pitched ball: Hv Han.
ford. 1. Wild Ditch: llnivar Dmiun'
BR00K"DS REGAIN THIRD
PLACC BY DEFEATING K. C
BROOKLYN. Aug. 4-lrrooklyn rs-
gained third place In the Federal league
today, defeating Kansas City, by 6 to 4,
In the opening fame of the series, while
Indianapolis was losing In Buffalo. Hcore:
Kansss City. 03010 0-4 4
Brooklyn .... 10002000 C I 1
Rstterles: Ksnsas Cltv. Adams anil
Esstoriy; Brooklyn. Flnneran and Owens.
BUFFALO. Aug. 4, Handforda home
run In the lost half of the ninth Inning
won today's game for Buffalo, 6 to 4.
Fielder Karser caught the ball on the
run. but collided with the bleacher fence,
while his arms were still upraised and
tha ball went over the fence Into the
stand. Boore: RUE.
Buffalo 110011 1-64
li:dlanupulls.. 1101010 0-4 1
Batteries: Buffalo, Anderson and Allen;
Indianapolis. Lavlgne, Falkenberg, War
in and Textvr.
SLUFEDS TAKE GAME
FPOM THE PITTSBURGHS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.. Aug. 4,-Hlts for
extra bases enabled Bt. Louis to defeat
the Pittsburgh Federals today, by a score
of 6 to 4. Boors: R.1I.K
St. Louis 0130100 0-6 11 3
Pittsburgh ...211000 04 8 1
Batteries: Ht. Ixtuls, Wlllett and Simon;
Pittsburgh, Bargnr and Kerr.
BALTIMORE. Aug. 4.-Halltmor went
Into first place by defeating Chicago to
day, t to 1. Fisk, who pitched a beau
tiful game, gave way to Roberta, a pinch
hitter, a ho drove In Cnlcago'a only run.
Baltimore ... 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 -! 3 1
Chicago ...... 090 0-1 8
Batteries: Baltimore, Qulnn and Jack
lltoch; Chicago, Flak. McXiuire and
Be Want Ad produce Results.
L.R UJU I X
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NAT. LEAOUB.
W'.LPct .1 W.LPrtJ
Hlouxi Clty..4 43 .M'Now .Tork...A4 T? .6vl
Denver l 4 .67) Chicago f.2 44 .M2
Ht. Joseph.. m 4 .foWift. Uuls....r,l 4" .ft.ii
D Molnei..M "2 .M4i Hoot.m 47 4B .611
Lincoln ....f.2 PI ,u0f Cincinnati ..4 r ,4,n
Omaha 4 M ,T phila 44 49 .47:1
T"lka 43 fifi .S!4 Brooklyn ...40 W .414
Wichita ....42 u .8U3 Pittsburgh .40 1.2.4:15
A M Kit. LEAOI'E. FED. LEAOUE.
Phlla 2 .14 .Wi; Halllmore ..r.2 4) .W.
Wsahlngton.54 4:1 .br7 Chicago ICi 4.1 .Ml
Hoaton ft.r. 44 ..VV Brooklyn . . ,4S 41 .640
Detroit r.2 4K .f.3)l lndlnnapolls.4!t 41
Ht. Ixuls...4S 4 .! Hurfalo 47 4T .511
Chicago ....4MM .4wii Pittsburgh ..41 61 .4iH
New York. .4.1 6 .4.I4 Kan. Clty...42 M ,4W
Cleveland ..32 60 .317ht. I.ula 41 M .421
KTATE LEAOUE. I AMER. AHH'N.
Beatrice . . .61 31 .22 Ixiulsvllle. . fi2 4 .6MI
Haatlngs ...45 37 .MH Milwaukee. HO 4K .bi
York 44 :M .6:Mi'levrlsnd.. M 62 .CCi
Or. Island. .43 3 Cohimhua. . 65 .M
Hurwrlor ....42 42 .tVm IndlanHpl's 67 66 ,:'J
Colutnlius ..:. .: Kan. city.. MK.W'i
Norfulk ....37 46 .4611 Mluneapl's 51 Mt
Kearney ....JO 62 .364 Ht. 1'aul... 40 tiO .3UI
Denver, 0; Des Mcdnes, 5. '
Lincoln. 6; ht. .lovcph. 2.
Hloux City, 10: Topeks, 6.
Omaha, 1x; Wlchlla, .1
PhlluilelpliiHv 6: Chicago, 4.
Hoaton, I; Ht. IxiiiIm, i.
New York. '; Detroit, t.
Waahliigton, 7; Clevrliind, 6.
NATION A I . LEAOUli
PltlHliurgh. 0; Hoaton, 1,
Ht. l-oula, 0; Brooklyn, 1.
Cincinnati, : PhlUilnlphln, 4. '
Kansas City, 4; Brooklyn, 6.
Chliago, I; Baltimore, 2.
Iniiianapolla, 4; Huffalo, 6.
St. Loula, 6; PlttsbiirKh, 4,
AMERICAN A HHOOl A T I ON.
IndlanattollH, 7: Minneapolis, 2.
Cleveland, 1; Milwaukee, 0.
Columbus, 13; Kanaajt City, 14.
Loulsvlllo, 15; Ht. 1'aul, 1.
Vestern lieaguo lenver at Des Molnos,
Lincoln at U. Joseph, Hloux City at To
pekn, Omaha at Wichita.
American League Philadelphia at Chi
cago, HoMun at Ht. Loula, New York nt
Ivtrolt. Washington nt Cleveland.
National league Pittsburgh at Hoaton,
Ht. louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at New
York, Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Federal laguKHtiaaa City at Brook
lyn. Chicago Ht Baltimore, Indianapolis at
Buffalo, HI. UmiIb at Pittsburgh.
American Association Indianapolis at
MlnneapollH. Cleveland at Milwaukee, Co
luinhua at Kansas City.
Nehraxka Htatn I ague Kearney at
Oiar.d Island, York at Hastings, Huperior
at Beatrice, Columbua at Norfolk.
Coming to Omaha
Monday for a Week
Chick Evans, western amateur golf
cha mplon; Francis Oulmet. national
amateur champion, and B. E. lawyer,
who holds a flo-k of cups and champion
ships, will visit In Omaha next week en I
exhibit their prowess over the Country
club links for the benefit and edification
of those Omaha golfers who are prone tu
believe they, ate experts at the game.
Thla quartet of beauties are absolutely
the class of the country at their game and
after they have cavorted over George
Hin. pawn's fancy links for a couple of
days some of Oeorge's pet records will
have made a sudden and final disappear
ance. Evans will visit at the home of Ralph
Peters, while Oulmet will receive a wel
come at the home of M. C. Peters. Haw
yer and Wood will probably stop at the
The big four will arrive here Monday
and will in all likelihood remain here for
the entire week. Competitions with local
cracks sre already being arranged and
Ham Reynolds, Jack Hughes, Ralph Pettrs
and a few others will be called upon to
defend the honor of this city.
CHURCH AND MATHEY WIN
FROM ADOUE AND WRIGHT
CHICAGO, Aug. 4 -0. M. Church and
pean Mathey of Princeton university
western doubles championship won their
way Into the finals of the national doubles
championships thla afternoon by defeat
ing J. B. Acoue of Dallas. Tx., and
Irving Wright of Boston, southern tltU
holders? 6-4. 6-1. 6-8. Scores:
Church-Msthey 148 4 0 4 1 4 4 30
Adous-Wrlght 4 4 1 4 4 1 4 00-24 4
Church-Mathey 4 4 7 4 5 4 19-45
Adoue-v risnt i z a l 3 1-1
Church-Muthey 4 6 6 3 4 6 3 0 S9-
Adoue-W right 1 (HUM 7 rs I
Griffin and Johnston took the first set.
6- 4. Hcore :
Griffin-Johnston ....4 61691484 4 -
Pell-Hehr 1 44344261 ft--4
Pell and Behr took the second set. 6-2
.n Johnaton'a errors. Score:
91I-Bchr 4 4 6 6 4 3 6 4 4 34 C
Griffin-Johnston 0 4 3 4 1 4 3 K-2
COACH MILLS ACTS FOR
MOVING PICTURE CONCERN
Thomas E. Mills. Omaha High school
coach last year. Is acting for the movies
In Chicago. A play In which he Par
ticipated was produced at the Empress
flab la Reeraraatsed.
The North Omaha Athletic club has re
organised and eta-ted officers as follows:
PieaWlont, Hilly Mulleu; lce presUUnt.
Bottling Han. on: tivaaurer, ilarrv Urav
ert; boxing tnaiructor. Paul Murray. The
dub will hold four-rourui boxing bouts
aiontlily, for club members only.
Umpire Gives Game
to Grand Island
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Aug. 4. (Spe
cial Telegram.) In the laat half of tho
third Inning Umpire (Julgley called the
game, to 0, in favor of Grand Island,
after the Hastings club failed to play In
the required time. Continued crabbing on
the part of Brown, when there was no oc
caalon for It, and abuse of umpire, re
sulted In his being benched with a fine,
and on their refusal to play the visitors
forfeited the game. Oettman has previ
ously been sent to the bench for address
ing the umpire In profane, terms on ac
count of a decision at first. During the
entire series the lteds seem to have de
veloped a habit of crabbing and today's
profanity and kicking resulted In a cli
max. Bechtold scored a home run by
sending the first ball pitched over the
fence. Score; . 1CH.E.
Hastings 1 0 013 1
Orand Inland 0 0 0 2 1
Batteries: Riley and Richardson; Ste
vens and Vance.
Reatrle Rlanka raraeaav
COLUMBUH. Neb.. Aug. 4.-(9pclal
Telegram.) Beati Ice shot out . the Paw
neea today. Orlet's spearing a hot liner
at third, preventing the loiuls from
s.-orlng when the Imaes were full. Mc
Orath had perfect eupport. Hcore:
BBATKUK. COH' M Ftt'H.
AH. M. O A K. A.H II O A
Flor. !l. .. J 0
ll.llrl.h. as. I 1
Ountid.aa, 2h 4
-vrnlKr, rf I
1 I 1
1 I 0
Nell, vt ft 1
H'.ok, rf... ft 1
Orlot. tb I
rrmt, ir I
K.I. lb 4
OOrarrt. uf... a
niLa.-rt;, ;ib. I
OHmnali, r.. J
OA'turua, at., 3
S .'orny, p.... I
HiK-k.wlif.ib 1 in
tine. It 4 11
MrMralta. s. 4 .1
Totals ... U I '.1
Totala I 37 10
...0 0 3 0 ( 0 0 4-
...0 V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
McOrsth (2). Flory
Sacrifice: Bockewitx, Flory, Orlet. Hag-
gerty. Two-base hlta: Neff.. Homo run:
Black. Struck out: By McOrath. 6: by
Corey, 6. Hit batsman: By Corey, Flory.
rasaed ball; Kranlnger.- Time: 1:40. Um
Kearaey Uatplaya York,
KEARNEY, Nob., Aug. 4. (Special Tel
egram. Kearney made It three straight
from York today. A wild pitch, two hlta.
a double steal nnd an error at home, giv
ing the rive runs. Bail pegs gave York
Its two scores. Kearney played loose ball,
Hill : 'f,7'9Cr,iiiW9- SS" 11
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tut tightened in the pinches: Score:
AB H O A E. AB H O A S
Murphy, cf., 6
Tirttein, lb. 4
F. Harris, lb t
CbiM. lb... I
I'lan-e. If... S
tternn, e.. 2
L Hrrl.rf 4
ttkjrock, p.. I
flaynek, 3b... 4
0Ax'k, lb... 6
APnimm, lb.. 2
OHcheuran, rt 4
OKamaPr, rf . 1
OMamey, if.. 1
lWnmlruff.' aa 1
IRrlckmn, c. I
i'lymplon, p. 1
14 14 2 Total 3 I 17 IS 7
0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02
1 00100030 -6
hits: Haley, flynek. Htolen
bsaes: th-tse, Brumm, ,8oheuren (3,
KamKey, Matney, Erlcksori. Hacrifice hit:
L. Harris, Woodruff. Struck out: By
f-kyock, 3; by 1'lympton, li. Bases on
IihIIs: Off Hkyock, ; off Plympton. 6.
Hit oy pitched ball: Haley. Pasaed ball:
Bernaen. Ift on bases: York, 16; Kear
ney, 9. Earned runs: Kearney, 2. Time:
2:10. Umpire: Newhouee. Scoter: Mc
Clure. PLAYERS' FRATERNITY WILL
TAKE IN WESTERN LEAGUE
TOPE K A, Kan., Aug. 4.-The Ball Play
era' Fraternity Is to be extended to the
Western and Southern l'sgues, according
to David Fulls, president of the organiza
tion, here today. Fults held a meeting
attended by a numtier of players of tho
Hloux City and Topeka, teams of the
Western league, but no announcement
was made that any of the players had
juinrd the fraternity. Fultx Intended to
go to Wichita today.
Bloomfleld Defease CroDon.
RlAiOMFIELD. Neb,. Aug. 4. (Special.)
Bloomfleld defeated Crofton on the
home grounds by a score of 10 to 0. The
feature of the game was the p'.tohlng of
Henslsch. who did not allow Crofton a
hit. Score: RH.E,
Rloomrield 0 1 0 0 3 6 0 10 6 1
Crofton 0 00000000006
Batteries: Bloomfleld. Ilenatsch and
Patton: Crofton. Peck and Carlson.
1 -r-r-r-r .. .
AT oca Defeats leiiar -t rerg.
AVOCA. Neb., Aug. 4.-(Hpeclal.)
Avoca defeated Cedar Creek here yester
day in a close and exulting game. Hcore:
Cedar Creek .1 0 1 3 0 8 8 0 0-0 10 7
Avw 0 1. 1 0 0. 4 0 1 810 9 6
Batteries: Connors and Wolf; Klepscr
and Mead.- - ,
Notes from Lyons.
LYONS, Neb., Aug. 4 (Hpeclat.i Csro
llna. daughter of Mrs. Paulina Behn, died
of diphtheria Sunday. The family was
for The Bee by J.
quarantined. The little one was 12 years
W. R. Potter, a pioneer of this place,
died in Parkham, Okl., and was burled
in the Lyons cemetery today.
GRIFFIN AND JOHNSTON
LOSE TO PELL AND BEHR
CHICAGO, Aug. 4. Clarence Orlffin and
William Johnston, Pacific const doubles
champions, 'today were defeated by T. R.
Pell and Karl Behr, the eastern title hold
ers, in the natlopal elimination series at
Lake Forest. The score was 4-8, 6-2, 1-6,
7-5, 6-S. Tomorrow the winners will meet
Church and Mathey, western champions.
In a match to determine McLoughlln and
Ilundy's opponents in the challenge round
WAR HALTS WORLD'S
MANHEIM. Aug. 4.-Owlng to the war
the International chess tournament here
was stopped today, the prises being
awarded to the chess masters holding the
leading scores, as follows:
First, Alechine, St Petersburg, 9S: sec
ond, Vldmar of Prague, 8'4: third, Splel
munn of Munich, 8.
Marshall o( New York, Breyer of Bud
apest and Ret! of Vienna were tied for
fourth, fifth and alxth places, with seven
games each. Janowskl of Paris was sev
enth with 614 games won.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACES
WON IN STRAIGHT HEATS
GRAND i RAPIDS, Mich.., Aug. 4.-A1-though
all the races on the opening day's
Grand Circuit program here wre .won -in
straight heatn, , there were spirited con
tests, especially tho 2:15 trot. In, which
the winner, Lunlle Spier, was forced to
step a mile In 8:07 to capture the aeoond
heat I This wag close to the record for
a 8-year-old mare. Napoleon Direct In
tho 2:17 pace, Belwln In the 2:18 trot, and
Frank Patch in' the 2:01 pace were the
other winners. ,
Wakefield la Sold to Davenport.
TOPEKA, Kan.. Aug. 4. Outfielder
Wakefield of the Topeka Western league
bING )T ALU
MAY LET YOU
base ball club has been sold to the Daven
port club of the Three .1 league. It was
announced today. He will leave here at
once. Wakefield formerly played In the
FOGG AND HATCH WIN
MIXED TENNIS DOUBLES
In the finals of the mixed doubles of
the tennis tournament at the Carter Lake
club. Miss Adelaide Fogg and Kenneth
Hatch defeated Mr. and Mrs. Will nat
tier In a hard-fought match yesterday
evening, 6-3, 6-2.
At the annual tennis banquet of the
club, to be held Saturday evening, August
15, a strong tennis organization will be
effected among the, club members, and
the prises won diftlng the recent tourna
ment will be awarded. . .
Women of Kansas
Voting at Primary
for the First Time
TOPEKA, Aug. 4. Kansas at holding
its fourth statewide primary today.
Women arc voting for all officers for
the first time. The names of 300,000 of
them are on thi. poll books and they are
represented by several state and con
gressional candidates. The women's or
ganizations have forced every candidate
to declare himself on national prohibition
and national suffrage. --An
unusual feature was the fact that
candidates' for the supreme and district
tjourts ran on a nonpartisan ticket and a
woman Mrs. Lizzie S. Sheldon of Law
renceappeared as a candidate for Justice
of tho supreme court. , t
Congressman Victor Murdock of Wich
ita' fs the progressive candidate for the
United States senate and; Henry J. Allen
heads the ticket for governor.
' Senator Joseph I ' Bristow is having
strong opposition In the republican pri
maries In his effort to return to tha
United States, senate. Charles Curtis of
Topeka, A. M. Harvey of Topeka and
H. H. Tucker of Kansas City oppose him.
The democrats have a seven-cornered
contest for the senatorial nomination.
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